25-01-2010: The Election Commission of India Stamp

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The Election Commission of India plays the role of safeguarding the democratic process in the country by monitoring the fair and efficient conduct of elections. The Election Commission of India was founded on 25 January 1950, with the primary objective of safeguarding the democratic ideals outlined in the Constitution of India.  The Election Commission gets its authority from Article 324 of the Indian Constitution. It empowers the commission to oversee and manage the entire election process. In memory of the sincere work done by the Election Commission of India, the Indian Postal Department issued a postal stamp in the name of the Election Commission of India in the year 2010. It includes elections at various levels, including Parliament, state legislatures, and the offices of the President and Vice President.

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